28 May 2019
A policy roundtable was convened by CSaP, bringing together members of the Cabinet Office and assorted academics to discuss the policy challenges and opportunities of emerging technologies.
28 May 2019
Civil Service Fast-streamers and Scientific Researchers team up at Professional Development Workshop
CSaP's latest professional development workshop brought together Civil Service Science and Engineering Fast Streamers (SEFS) and Early Careers Researchers (ECRs) from the University of Cambridge.
22 May 2019
Secondees from the 2019 Energy-PIECES (Energy Policy Insights from Early Career Events and Secondments) project came together in May to discuss their research findings and recent experiences.
11 May 2019
Many PhD students and postdocs are uncertain about what career path they want to take. A workshop organised by CSaP for the Earth System Science DTP and EnvEast DTP provided insights to help researchers consider their options.
10 May 2019
CSaP's Continuing Fellows convened to discuss loss of public trust in expertise in a digitalised world and amidst changing political environments.
9 May 2019
CSaP held two professional development workshops for PhD students and postdocs to expose early-career researchers to the role science plays in government decision-making and how academics can interact with policy makers.
15 April 2019
CSaP brought together care sector experts, senior policy makers, practitioners, and researchers to discuss what the care sector, NHS and government should do to speed up the development, evaluation and uptake of effective technologies for social care.
15 March 2019
Following a further competitive election process, the Centre has announced the names of the successful applicants to the Policy Fellowship for Easter Term 2019.
14 March 2019
This roundtable discussion focussed on what future threats and challenges quantum technologies pose to the UK.
12 March 2019
CSaP worked with the Department for Digital, Media, Culture, and Sport to organise a Workshop to explore how to regulate social media and to act against online manipulation. This was supported by the Strategic Research Initiatives and Networks organisation and the Centre for Humanities and Social Change.